Curriculum Vitae

 

EDUCATION

PH.D. 1971 U. of South Carolina, Clinical Psychology

 

B.S.  1965 U. of Wisconsin, Psychology

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

 

1978 to Present Emphasis on Forensic Psychology with more

than 1,000 appearances at the request of the

Bench, Attorney General, Defense Attorneys,

and District Attorneys, before the Adminis-

trative, Probate, District, Superior and

Federal Courts of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts,

New York, Florida, Wyoming and Montana.

 

1982 – Present Executive Staff Development Consultation.

Specialized Clinical Consultation.  Fitness for Duty.

 

1985 – Present Special Operations Advisor, Kennebec County

Sheriff’s Office.

 

1978 – Present Evaluation provision to Adult Protective

Services, Maine Department of Human Services.

 

1978 – 1982 Consultant to Project Response.  Abused and

neglected adolescents, Waterville, Me.

 

1978 – 1980 Clinical Director, Mental Retardation Services,

Waterville, Me.

 

 

1978 – 1980 Consultant, Geronpsychology Program, Kennebec

Valley Mental Health Center, Waterville, Me.

 

1974 – 1978 Executive Director, Community Justice Project.

Designed and directed this program with 28

employees and four offices.  Augusta, Maine.

 

1971 – 1974 Director of Evaluation and Outpatient Drug

Treatment, Survival, Inc., Quincy, Mass.

 

1969 – 1974 Psychological Consultant, South Shore Police

Academy and Quincy Police Department, Quincy,

Mass.

 

1969 – 1974 Lecturer in Psychology, Emerson College,

Boston, Mass.

 

AFFILIATIONS

Maine Society of Forensic Psychologists.  Founding Fellow.  President:  1985 – 1990

 

American Psychological Association

 

Division 41 Psychology and the Law (APA)

 

Maine License 298

 

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